DENVER – A lockdown at Denver's Manual High School has been lifted and two juveniles are in custody after Denver police received reports of a student with a gun on campus Wednesday afternoon.
Denver Police received reports of a juvenile with a gun on school grounds sometime before 3:30 p.m. The school was immediately placed on a lockdown and officers searched the school for a possible suspect.
Denver Public School officials tweeted students and staff were safe, but provided no other details.
Manual High School has been placed in a lockdown due to police activity in the area. Students and staff are safe. More information to come.
— DenverPublicSchools (@DPSNewsNow) November 15, 2017
Denver Police Department spokesman John White told Denver7 officers eventually found and contacted a juvenile believed to be in possession of a gun and another juvenile along with him. Both were taken into custody, but White would not say whether any of them had a gun in their person.
Denver Public School officials told Denver7's Jackie Crea a weapon was confiscated on campus. A student told Crea he saw a teen waving the gun in a hallway.
The school remained on lockdown for about 30 minutes. School officials said more information about the lockdown would be sent to families.
The map below shows you the general location of Manual High School:
Denver7's Jackie Creak contributed to this report.